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- n. A facility designed for firearms practice.
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- n. an enclosed firing range with targets for rifle or handgun practice
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He led a detail to service Battery Wallace, supervised the shooting range in the afternoon, came back here to Baker to lead a night-time manoeuvre, and the next day he was missing.’
The New York Times has obtained and authenticated by laboratory examination a photograph showing beleaguered FBI special agent Nicholas M. Memphis at a shooting range owned by a Belgian armsmaker after having tested a new rifle for consideration by the Bureau’s SWAT teams, in contravention of Bureau rules.
Alan was out at the shooting range with Merris Cromwell and her dancers, and Nick was standing at the window until bedtime.
She brought along Ruth and attorney Andrew Northrup, and met Nixon at a shooting range in Northwest Indiana, about an hour from Chicago.